With a little help from friends, I will attempt to introduce some new terms for your use.The detractors of Zionism and those who denigrate Israel have been employing “hasbarist”.Here is a use:
There are thousands of hasbarists, official, covert and volunteer, who leap with zeal on any comment that might be seen to contradict the official Zionist party line.
It’s used as a hashtag on Twitter.Already in 2007, anti-Zionist Matthew Duss, now with FMEP, wrote the phrase “peddling hasbarist myths” and in 2009, it was used by a hateful, duplicitous and prevaricating Jewish anti-Zionist so “N.Y. Times Publishes Hasbarist’s Dream Op Ed on Iran”. Border-line nazist, Max Blumenthal, uses it regularly. And it was used in 2008, too. A friend of mine was called a ‘hasbarista’, a spiteful play on barista. You can find this: “ Israel Mad Machine of Hasbarists” and Abe Foxman was described as “the Anti-Defamation League's hasbarist-in-chief”. It can get linguistically nasty: “You stupid Askenazi. There are lies, damned lies and hasbarist propaganda”.Well, there may be now a counter-term.Pasbara was one suggestion (I would use Palsbara as I employ ‘Pals’ instead of “Palestinians”). Another, better term I picked up is Paliganda as pro-'Palestine' propaganda. And we could use Paligandist for one who engages in such propaganda. It is not to be confused with Pallywood, which is a rather specific form of Palinganda.Will you use those terms?^